Celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November each year, Thanksgiving is one of the most important secular holidays on the calendar each year in the United States. Falling between Halloween in the fall and Christmas at the end of the year, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to bring families together for a big feast. Today, 2021 1 oz Silver Happy Thanksgiving Bars are available to you online from Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside sealed plastic, tubes of 20 bars, or boxes of 500 bars!
- Bountiful design celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The obverse features a display of harvested foods.
- On the reverse is a blank central element with identifying hallmarks.
If you want to buy silver bars during the festival seasons at the end of the calendar year, SilverTowne is your best shot. SilverTowne annually offers a range of silver bullion products with seasonally appropriate designs that celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. These silver bullion products include both 1 oz silver bars and 1 oz silver rounds.
All of the 2021 1 oz Silver Happy Thanksgiving Bars are available brand new from SilverTowne. The 1 oz silver bars in this release are individually packaged in sealed plastic, offered in multiples of 20 within plastic tubes, and available by multiples of 500 within boxes. The box holds a total of 25 plastic tubes.
The obverse of 2021 1 oz Silver Happy Thanksgiving Bars features an image of the type of bountiful harvests originally celebrated at the end of a successful growing season. The design elements on this face of the bar are arranged vertically. There is a seasonal greeting above and below the design element, with acorns, corn, a bushel of apples, pumpkins, and other gourds in the central design field. There is a small cardinal perched within the field as well.
On the reverse side of 2021 Silver Happy Thanksgiving Bars, you will find a blank design field. The central element is left blank on purpose, with the inscriptions and design field arranged horizontally across the bar. The date mark is featured on either side of the central field, with the weight above and the purity and metal content below. There is also a SilverTowne mint mark on this face of the bars.
Thanksgiving in the New World was first celebrated in 1621 as the Pilgrims enjoyed their first bountiful harvest of crops in North America. That Thanksgiving was made possible with the help of the local Wampanoag indigenous tribe, whom the Pilgrims sat down and shared their harvest with as a giving of thanks.
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